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World AIDS Day health aids
Thursday, 1 December, 2016 - 09:40
World AIDS Day is commemorated each year on the 1st of December
WORLD Diabetes Day is on 14 November and according to the International Diabetes Federations’ Diabetes Atlas, more than three-quarters of deaths in Africa due to diabetes, were in people under 60 and in developing countries
African leaders have committed to ending AIDS, TB and malaria since 2001, and over the past few decades, extraordinary global solidarity and resources have helped transform this fight
As more and more people migrate into cities from rural villages the pressure for the city to meet the water demands is ever increasing
29 October is World Stroke Day, HSFSA and WSO boldly declare that stroke is treatable through better awareness, access and action
CANSA and ACI has formed a partnership to focus on cancer research regarding public health, primary care, nursing, and rehabilitation sciences to build capacity for basic and advanced cancer care.
According to the most recent national survey, 14.2% of primary school children are already overweight says the Heart and Stroke Foundation South Africa
The UN embarks on a massive vaccination campaign with the aim of reaching 14 million people in yellow fever endemic areas
In this brief, the writer deals with the Silicosis and Tuberculosis cased which are currently being debated over in Court
In this article, the author writes about what the discovery of an HIV vaccine would mean to him

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